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FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 11:30pm EST
in as the 44th president of the united states. jim, you're chomping at the bit. >> i would connect two of those, obama and fort hood. i think that the obama administration's response or lack of response to the fort hood shooting and all the discoveries we've made about muslim jihadist infiltration into the united states is going to prove to be the biggest story of 2009 and frankly, obama's term in office. >> jon: judy. >> i think that the phenomenon of home grown radicalization will be certainly the national security story of 2009. i have to agree with you, jim. >> jon: all right. you're jumping a little bit ahead of us because we're going to get into that. ellis, your take on president obama and his year just completed. >> well, it reminds you that a really huge story one year can produce an almost as huge story the second year. you know, we're finding this out. it's too soon to have real perspective on it, but you do have to say from the noble to the war issues to the health care issue all of that goes back to january 2 and back to november as well. >> jon: cal? >> well, look, the expectat
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 2:30pm EST
buildings at all. i mean, here in the relatively capitalist united states, it's in the self-interest of property owners of course to make their buildings as safe as possible. whether it's commercial, 'cause they have tenants, or residential 'cause they live there, but i have to say, i agree with jonas, i mean, this is the poorest country in the measured americas, people that live on $2 a day. do you think if we show up with some buildings codes and guys from merrill and owings, things are going to turn around there? wayne is also right they need a change in government there. a stable functioning economy, they need to create wealth not building codes. >> john, at least it would be a start at least to help them. you don't think that these folks have learned a horrible lesson in the fact that they've got to get their building up to snuff? i mean shall the palace, the president's palace fell apart. >> but, cheryl, you're making a-- >> i mean, that was, go ahead, wayne, i want today get john in, but go ahead. >> i'm sorry, you're making a point they want to do that. the governmen
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 2:30pm EST
for the-- >> also nothing by the time we learned the story, he wasn't the president of the united states. >> no, no, no. >> when this story came out. the national enquirer broke this one, it still mattered when he's still a going concern in the democratic primaries and the mainstream press ignored it and now they've left on it when he doesn't matter and say this about the national enquirer, we're about economy and inquiry, they do shoe leather reporter and they nailed this guy. >> that's right, they did a terrific job and deserve credit. >> jon: here is another question for you or maybe the president? where is the transparency. >> your question points out to a legitimate mistake i made during the course of the year and that is that we had to make so many decisions quickly in a very difficult set of circumstances that after a while we started worrying more about getting the policy right than getting the process right. i think the health care debate as it unfolded legitimately raised concerns, not just among my opponents, but also amongst supporters, that we just don't know what's going on
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